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SALT LAKE CITY — Here are 10 stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
University of Utah football player Aaron Lowe died Sunday after he was shot and killed at a house party. Lowe, 21, who was a sophomore defensive back for the Utes, was shot at a residence near 2200 South and Broadmoor Street (2625 East) in a Sugar House neighborhood Sunday. Another individual, a woman, was critically injured in the overnight shooting and transported to the hospital in critical condition, according to Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown.
A woman died Saturday after a three-car crash at 854 West on South Jordan Parkway, police said. The woman was taken to the hospital before she died. A few children and an adult were also taken to the hospital out of a precaution with "aches and pains," South Jordan Sgt. Matt Adams said.
At least three people were killed Saturday afternoon when an Amtrak train that runs between Seattle and Chicago derailed in north-central Montana, an official with the Liberty County Sheriff's Office said.
A woman who was last seen in September 2020 returned home either Friday night or Saturday morning, police say. Kayla Blackbird's family said she returned home, according to a San Juan County Sheriff's Office Facebook post.
Fire crews remained on scene Saturday afternoon after extinguishing flames that destroyed the vacant Diamond Lil's building at 1528 W. North Temple earlier in the day.
The Cougars inched up two spots to No. 13 Sunday morning in the latest Associated Press Top 25 after its win over South Florida that moved BYU to 4-0 for the second consecutive season.
Timpview junior JJ Tuha's face was being shown across the ESPN2 telecast, introduced as starting quarterback Jaren Hall when the broadcast was opening the game with news that backup quarterback Baylor Romney would start his first game of the season during the Cougars' 4-0 start that vaulted them to No. 13 in the latest Associated Press Top 25.
The fumbles — somehow — didn't derail Utah, which claimed a late 24-13 win over the visiting Cougars, who played without starting quarterback Jayden de Laura and starting running back Max Borghi for the second half.
Daniel Berger won the final hole in the final match for the final point and a 19-9 victory, breaking by a half-point the record margin since Europe became part of the Ryder Cup in 1979.
The Aggies (4-0, 1-0 Big Sky) came into the game riding a three game wining streak and carried every ounce of grit they found in the early season into Ogden and snapped their losing skid against Weber State (1-3, 0-1 Big Sky) in a low scoring 17-14 win Saturday night.